Thursday, January 21, 2010

Politics on the Rocks Networking Event Featuring Grover Norquist

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Politics on the Rocks is honored to host Grover Norquist, President and Founder of Americans for Tax Reform on Thursday, February 4th 6:00 PM at the Intercontinental Montelucia Resort & Spa in Paradise Valley. Norquist is considered one of the most influential Conservatives in the United States.

Grover Norquist lives in Washington D.C. and was asked by Ronald Reagan in the 1985 to create Americans for Tax Reform. ATR is a coalition of taxpayer groups, individuals and businesses opposed to higher taxes at both the federal, state and local levels. ATR organizes the Taxpayer Protection Pledge, which asks all candidates for federal and state office to commit themselves in writing to oppose all tax increases.

David Schweikert, Candidate for United States Congressional, District 5 will be speaking at this event. David was the former Maricopa County Treasurer and a resident of Fountain Hills, AZ. Schweikert received his MBA from the ASU W.P. Carey Executive Program and also holds a BA from the ASU School of Business.

Mayor Vernon Parker, former Gubernatorial Candidate and now running for United States Congressional District 3 will address our organization. When Mayor Parker ran for the Paradise Valley Town Council he received more votes than anyone in the history of the town with 67% of the vote. Mayor Parker received his Juris Doctorate degree from Georgetown University Law Center, in Washington, D.C. where he served as Editor in Chief of the Georgetown American Criminal Law Review

Also speaking at this free event is former Unites States Congressman Barry Goldwater, Jr. Barry is also author of “Pure Goldwater,” served as a U.S. Congressman from 1969-1983, and is a regular member of Politics on the Rocks.

We look forward to seeing everyone at one of our most important events of the year on Thursday, February 4th 6:00 PM at the Montelucia Resort!

Please RSVP today!


Politics on the Rocks Executive Board

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